All posts tagged "Christianity"
God’s Crucible by David Levering LewisMay 13, 2020
For English-speaking peoples, 1066 and 1776 still evoke powerful recollections of liberty lost and freedom won....
What the Gospels Meant by Garry WillsMay 13, 2020
And if Wills reads as persuasive, it is to himself, if not quite to this reader....
Hanna Rosin Discusses God’s HarvardMay 2, 2020
"Tensions often arise between secular teachings and Biblical beliefs. Many students are reading, say Kant and...
Flannery O’Connor and the Christ-Haunted South by Ralph WoodApril 27, 2020
Flannery O’Connor was Catholic and Southern, and that combined with her genius produced a writer whose...
Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkApril 17, 2012
The Metropolitan Museum exhibition charts the fascinating, if complex, process of cultural transformation that took place...
Art Review: Transition to Christianity, Onassis Cultural Center, New York CityDecember 13, 2011
After Christianity was recognized as the official state religion of the Roman Empire in 380, a...
Courageous: A Closer LookOctober 19, 2011
Is Courageous great art? By almost any accepted measure, no. Is it meant to be great...